More clarity in the face of reforms & directives: The implementation of EMIR and other regulatory changes present considerable challenges for banks.
The regulatory agenda is long. The effects of EMIR – der European Market Infrastructure Regulation – continue to preoccupy market participants. Many financial institutions are currently in the middle of implementing Basel III and MiFID II. Meanwhile Basel IV is looming together with CRR II and CRD V. The structural liquidity ratio (NSFR) and the minimum liquidity ratio (LCR) are raising the liquidity demands on banks.
For finance houses this not only means a significant implementation and adaption expense, there is also a need to analyze thoroughly the strategic implications for customer business and treasury and trading activities and to adjust business models accordingly.
To face all the known and expected challenges from EMIR, LPA shall be pleased to assist you with advice and support using know-how, software, workshops and seminars so that you can look to the future confidently.